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Aleksei Bitskoff's Sketchbooks & Life of Riley Published

We invite you to enter the world of Aleksei Bitskoff who is literally bursting with ideas: monsters, aliens & wizards, robots and shroom-bots,...

Steve May Illustrates Noah Scape...

Introducing Noah, Noah...Noah and Noah and Noah...and Noah!? Noah Scape, Can't Stop Repeating Himself by Guy Bass and illustrated Steve...

Sketching with Susan Hellard

Susan Hellard creates exquisite pen and ink drawings with beautiful colour washes. All ages can admire her charismatic illustrations...

Q&A Jonny Duddle Artist Profile

In the latest of our Artist Profiles we ask Jonny Duddle about his life and work. Jonny's books have sold over a million copies worldwide...

Steve May Illustrates Dennis The Menace: Canine Carnage

Our friend Dennis the Menace is at it again, this time his diary reveals his exploits as he tries to win a talent contest with a killer...

How to Draw a Troll by Adam Stower

A step by step guide to drawing a troll by Adam Stower and Oliver...

New Work: Simon Bartram Illustrates Oliver Twist

These dark and atmospheric drawings of some of Charles Dickens' characters from the classic tale, Oliver Twist, are re-imagined by...

Q&A Artist Profile Steve May

Steve May's illustrations have a canny resemblance to the man himself - they're anarchic, mischievous, animated and quite often wear...

Q&A Artist Profile Adam Stower

As an artist I am constantly looking ahead so it's hard to look back and pick a career highlight. My greatest achievement has been...

Q&A Aleksei Bitskoff Artist Profile

Aleksei Bitskoff is an avid doodler and creates dream like worlds inhabited by a cast of little monsters and patterns that come from...

Aleksei Bitskoff: Little Monsters Doodles

We've always been fascinated by Aleksei's little monsters, so we asked him to spill the beans about these characters and the ideas...

PICTURA: A New Range of Art Books to Colour and Collect

There are dragons everywhere. There are dragons in the clouds, in trees and waves, and dragons carved in stone, John Howe's Draconis...

Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists, character designer, Jonny Duddle

The Pirate with Prosthetics was one of the first characters I worked on, he wasn’t based on any existing drawings and evolved...

Character Sketches: Kid Cowboy

Jan McCafferty was asked to produce some character studies to see how she would draw two little cowboys...

Steve May Sketchbooks

My sketchbooks are an unruly mixture of ideas and observational sketches with a scattering of scrawled phone numbers, shopping lists,...